Microneedling

Having fresh skin has nothing to do with age and gender because these days all of people are looking for different ways to rejuvenate their skin. Regardless of their gender and how old they are! Microneedling is a facial skin rejuvenation method that dates back to more than 50 years ago! This may seem a little strange to you, but it must be said that this method of treatment is very similar to one of the ancient Egyptian methods of treatment! Read this article to learn more about this skin rejuvenation method.

It is interesting to know that this method is considered as one of the non-invasive treatment methods that has been used in different ways for many years with the same purpose of rejuvenating facial skin. In the past, the Egyptians used rough masks, such as marble, to remove dead layers of skin, that leads to the rejuvenation and repair of the skin.

What microneedling does?

In microneedling, a device with small needles is used, which, as a result of contact with the facial skin and applying a certain amount of pressure, creates small holes on the facial skin, which opens the space for using special materials and serum.

Microneedling indications

Microneedling benefits

  • Stimulate collagen production and rejuvenates the skin
  • Skin regeneration and can remove many scars
  • Can be used for sensitive skin areas such as nose, neck, eye area, etc.
  • Low cost for facial skin rejuvenation compared to other methods
  • Unlike lasers, this method can be used for any skin with any color

Complications of microneedling

  • Redness and swelling of the skin in the treatment area
  • Causes a variety of skin allergies
  • Darkening of the skin if the amount of pressure applied is not appropriate
  • Mild inflammation and swelling

Do not treat your skin with microneedling if you…

  • have an unhealed scar.
  • have had radiation or radiation therapy for the past year.
  • Have an infection or herpes.
  • Are pregnant and breastfeeding
  • Have diabetes.
  • Are taking anticoagulants such as aspirin.

Microneedling age restriction

It is recommended not to have microneedling during adolescence, before the age of 18. Because the hormones are not stable during this period, and the restorative effects of this method may disappear after a short time. Also, this method cannot be used if the wrinkles or scars are very deep. Therefore, it is not suitable for use in old age.

FAQ

Does microneedling hurt?

The needle on the rollers of this device gives the impression to many people that doing it is very painful. But this notion is not so true. If you are one of those people who are sensitive to pain, you can use anesthetic creams to reduce the feeling of pain.

How many microneedling sessions should be done to get the desired result?

Unfortunately, there is no exact answer to this question, because in depends on your skin problem and your skin’s response to this method of treatment. But in general, most people have achieved the desired result after 4 to 6 sessions, who have performed this cosmetic procedure continuously with an interval of 4 weeks.

Can microneedling be used to treat hair loss?

Yes. Of course, microneedling is not inherently a way to solve the problem of hair loss and help hair regrowth. But research has shown that by placing a microneedling device on the scalp and injecting nutrients for hair growth through it. It can stimulate the cells that produce hair follicles, thereby strengthening the hair, thickening it, and preventing hair loss.

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